self-induced

ADJECTIVE
  1. produced by electrical self-induction
  2. brought about by yourself
    self-induced vomiting
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How To Use self-induced In A Sentence

  • There's the high cost to people, and it's self-induced. When Man's Best Friend Is Obese
  • Maybe that will snap everyone out of their self-induced coma and force us all to address, in an honest manner, the very difficult questions that continue to stare us in the face. Daniel Wagner: Stop the Delusion: The 'Double Dip' Is Here
  • Was this self-induced amnesia, or part of the natural process of Fletcher's magic? THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW
  • There has never been a time when there have been more accessible sources of information from which to become informed on the issues, so get out of that self-induced cave and inform yourself.
  • In desperation I turned to that old standby, the self-induced trance.
  • Finally, pneumoparotid has been reported to be self-induced to simulate mumps to avoid school or military duty and in children who obsessively puff their cheeks in response to psychological stress.
  • There was a lot of pressure on the boy, partly self-induced, but he responded magnificently.
  • Leslie Snow, who had an ileostomy at age nineteen and suffers from multisystem disease, thinks the notion of self-induced illness is nonsense. After the Diagnosis
  • But don't believe everything you see on the Internet: She turned out to be a psycho who murdered cheating military men via unwittingly self-induced overhydration. Cheers & Jeers: NCIS — Touched by an Angel
  • For the life of me, I cannot imagine any non-comatose thinking person in the 1930s not seriously contemplating a socialist solution to capitalism's self-induced catastrophe.
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